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    Not getting it. Not done my own research, but I've read some news articles where they mention 6 months efficacy. I also think back to SARS, MERS, H1N1 and no vaccines for them, as far as I remember, and they all passed away eventually. And perhaps so will COVID. My 2 cents.
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    Accepted to RN bridge!

    Be careful. ACEN is the gold standard of accreditation.
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    What could I have done differently for this call?

    Not sure, but they work.
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    What could I have done differently for this call?

    Low says could be due to what's been said: tachypnea and shallow resps. A brown paper bag to slow her down might have helped to improve her says. Obviously, the NRB helped. Don't base your question on what happened after pt got to the hospital. Apples and oranges.
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    Should I get a multi tool?

    I have a Core and an OHT. Use them semi-frequently. They're useful.
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    NREMT psychomotor paramedic NCTI Roseville

    Didn't see the skills sheets on NREMT.ORG. Where can I find them? Thinking of challenging NRP. Thanx in advance.
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    Tourniquets - Back in Fashion

    Couldn't agree more. From another reply, if DP and a compression bandage works, great. But there are times where a TQ is what's required. Yes, I have used them. They work.
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    Wow! Thanks. Sounds simple.
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    I'm a carona Paramedic student and its horrible..

    That would be good if they'd offer it. Hopefully they will and he has the time. COVID is screwing up everything.
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    Hey, me again. I'm due for recert by December, so I'm going to got EEI. Didn't see any curriculum outline on there site. Any info? Thanx!
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    the 100% directionless thread

    Seat belt cutters have their uses. Like zip ties or areas not amenable to scissors.
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    If you can write an exam and make money, go for it. I don't know how tests are priced, but regardless, these tests are evidenced-based, just as RN licensing and certification tests are. Exams are not written based on field experience, but on what the cognizant, controlling organization...
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    CCPP-C/TP-C Review material Suggestions

    It's all open-book, or the class answering the test together; CPR, ACLS, PALS. No more Mega Code. They're pretty much a give-me.
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    CCPP-C/TP-C Review material Suggestions

    The two worlds of EMS and nursing are far apart, yet close in many ways. Having spent a good deal of time in both, I can understand what you say, and what your detractors say. This conversation is reminiscent of the ongoing argument about degrees. As long as those arguing against both parrot the...